Dental

Dentistry is one of the major industries to benefit from the advantages of 3D printing and is an increasingly affordable option for dentists worldwide. Use your printer to create highly-detailed and accurate bridges, surgical guides, IBTs, arches and more with certified biocompatible materials.

Unsure which is the best 3D printer for your dental lab or clinic? Contact an iMakr advisor now to find out how you can streamline your processes and reduce your costs.

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Asiga PRO 4K

The Asiga PRO 4K 3D printer uses the latest DLP imaging technology to achieve the largest print envelope in the Asiga range, with precision, reliability and speed for the most demanding production applications.

Includes FREE SHIPPING and a 1-litre bottle of Asiga resin of your choice.

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Miicraft Prime Series

The Miicraft Prime series for 3D printing creates highly detailed and flawless products due to its innovative features such as its high resolution performance. This high performance is possible due to its 4M pixels UV light engine, its dedicated image optimization technology and it low force peeling mechanism.

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Miicraft Profession Series

Miicraft’s professional series offers a high resolution LED light engine with a Digi-optical technology which allows the user to print its products or components at a faster rate with highly accurate details. This machine is especially used for individualized mass production and professional applications.

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Nexa3D NXE 400

Nexa3D NXE 400 is the fastest industrial 3D printer on the market. Featuring an impressive build volume of 275mm x 155mm x 400mm and capable of printing up to 1Z cm per minute. Nexa3D\'s patented, innovative Lubricant Sublayer Photo-curing (LSPc) technology, part uniformity and accuracy is guaranteed. Unlike DLP technology where edge to edge performance can be compromised due to optical distortion, LSPc delivers uniform, distortion free image to all of the build plate, this ensures part uniformity and accuracy. 

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